May I have this dance?

Philharmonia Northwest invites you to be our date to the dance with our upcoming program on November 23rd! Our program beings with Carol Maria von Weber's Aufforderung zum Tanz, or Invitation to the Dance.  Unlike earlier composers, Weber's music was not for dancing, but rather a description

Paul Taub: Interview

  Cornish College of the Arts faculty and flutist, Paul Taub, will be joining Philharmonia Northwest Sunday, October 12th to perform Peteris Vasks's Flute Concerto. We had a moment to touch base with Paul and get his thoughts on music, Northern Europe and, of course, his

Northern Lights: Where are they from?

Philharmonia Northwest Concert I: Northern Lights Philharmonia Northwest's first concert features composers from Northern Europe. Use this interactive map to learn a little more about our composers and their works! Tickets: Northern Lights, October 12, 2:30PM Next week's blog preview: An interview with the soloist of our October 12th

An Interview with Walter Gray

Concert-goers attending Philharmonia Northwest's upcoming concert on February 16th are in for a treat.  Walter  Gray, long-time Seattle resident and cellist with the Seattle Symphony, will be guest soloist with the orchestra,  performing Edward Elgar's Cello Concerto in e minor. Mr. Gray has distinguished himself

November Outreach

Philharmonia Northwest was proud to welcome students from Ballard High School to our November 24th concert! 10 students from Ballard High School, led by their instructors Brittany Newell and Allison Kanter, joined Philharmonia Northwest in rehearsal and concert to perform the Orchestra II part of Vaughan

Philharmonia NW welcomes Julia Tai, Music Director and Conductor

Julia Tai, Music Director and Conductor Philharmonia Northwest is pleased to announce that conductor Julia Tai has been appointed Music Director. A doctoral graduate of the University of Washington’s instrumental conducting program, Tai begins the post immediately and will conduct her first concert as Music Director